I'm joining in on the Blogger's Quilt Festival, hosted by Amy at Amy's Creative Side. Since I haven't finished anything new this week, I'm going to share one of my favorite creations, from 2005. This was an experimental quilt for me. I was inspired by an episode of Simply Quilts that demonstrated using fusible bias … Continue reading Blogger’s Quilt Festival – Lady Lily
I've been pretty busy this week. Not enough stitching progress on anything to take photos of. Instead, I'm sharing an older piece. Enjoy! This is a raw edge appliqué quilt I made back in 2003. I can't remember exactly when I made it, but it was a gift for my aunt, who was undergoing treatment … Continue reading Roses for Susan
**Be sure to read to the end to find out how you can win this quilt.** This is a UFO that has been waiting to be finished off for a year or so. The pattern was originally published as a quilt along at Stitched in Color. Rachel made a great html button for her quilt … Continue reading Rainbow Mosaics
Or, The Never-Ending Christmas Quilt I saw this quilt when it aired on an Episode of Simply Quilts, which used to be on HGTV, way back when they had crafty content, not just home renovations. I was enthralled, but intimidated. This was right after I started quilting, so maybe 2000 or so. I was a serious machine … Continue reading Welcome to the North Pole!
I recently made a 3-d hexagon appliqué quilt, using Geta Grama's fantastic "My Secret Flower Garden" pattern. My husband, the lifelong Star Wars fan, constantly referred to it as a Death Star. It really annoyed me. Clearly, there are no hexagons on the Death Star, and the Death Star is not blue. I decided to … Continue reading That’s No Moon…
Thursday is my day to wash the floors. So, like a good little quilter, I went into my studio to make seasonal pillow covers for my sofa pillows. This year we have decked the heck out of the halls. I don't know what has come over us, but there are Christmas decorations all over the place. … Continue reading Wreath and Tree Pillows
In October of 2014 I discovered Geta Grama, a fantastic quilter from Romania. (Thank you, Al Gore, for inventing the internet so I can discover all these European quilters.) On her blog she has a quilt called "Together in a Friendship World". It is amazing. Hand pieced hexagons, but she has changed their dimensions, to … Continue reading My Blue Hexies